In-Canada Families of Victims of Ethiopian and Iranian Air Disasters Can Now Get Permanent Residency
This new policy came into effect on May 12, 2021, and will remain in place until May 11, 2022. It applies only to members of victims’ families who are currently in Canada. IRCC is working on further measures to facilitate permanent residence applications for certain members of victims’ families who are outside Canada, and will announce it once all measurements are in place.
Who Can Apply:1. Your family member who was the victim of the above air disaster must have been a
2. You must meet one of the following conditions to be considered as a family member of the victim:
3. You must be in Canada at the time of making an application, and must have done one of the following:
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